Added by on 2016-05-03 See how to use the Construction Master Pro calculator by Calculated Industries to easily do dimensional unit conversions, construction math, rafter calculations, stair calculations, concrete volume calculations, roof framing and more. This quick overview briefly shows how to use this construction-math power tool to do all your construction jobsite calculations far more quickly, simply and accurately to improve your productivity and profitability. For more information or to find the dealer nearest you call 800-854-8075 or go to iPhone: Android: – Do you feel like you don’t sell enough roofing jobs because it take too long to produce a roof quote and send out the estimate? Does it take you hours to make a roof take-off, and calculate all the materials and labor costs? Roofing Calculator App can solve all this, save you lots of time and help you sell more roofing jobs! Live demo of the app available at: Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsConstruction Master Plus EZ Basic Rafters How ToOctagon Bay Window Rafter Construction CalculatorOctagon Layout Construction CalculatorIrregular/Bastard Hip Roof Rafter Construction CalculatorIntroduction to HydroponicsBEO, a School of Gardening | Introduction

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  • Ruyther pereira 4 years ago

    I have the calculator construction 5 how I user for arch calculator

  • Laimonas Tumenas 4 years ago

    Looks very handy tool but useless info for metric users :(

  • isa b. 4 years ago

    I WANT TO KNOW HOW CAN I figure out a rake wall using this calculator ….please need help ..does anyone know. .?

  • Jesus Sanchez Penaloza 4 years ago

    How do you convert elevations in inches and foot? 

  • Lucero Leirvik 4 years ago

    Do it yourself Project Calc@
    Simplify your home improvement and decorating project with easy to use Home Project Calc. Buy it at Home Depot. 

  • Alistair Milner 4 years ago

    Am looking forward to making the most of this calculator but I think you need to slow down on the tutorial and make it longer. I can't see how one is supposed to get properly to grip with this tool in 4 min 51. I didn't have instructions with mine either. Anyway thanks for a good tool in anticipation.

  • Rudy Rodriguez 4 years ago

    I need the construction Master Pro Trig on app

  • Calculated Industries 4 years ago

    PITCH of a roof may be entered either by degree or inch per foot. Span of roof should be divided in half and entered as RUN, RISE is the height of the ridge from the wall plate. Hope this helps! If you want add'l help, we have live CHAT on our website or email techsupport at calculated.

  • fwe eff 4 years ago

    just wondering if I had to put the pitch of the roof in to the calculator (25.5 degrees) and the span was 150 inch will that still give me the correct length of rafter

  • Calculated Industries 4 years ago

    More Metric videos to come! You can also check out some specific International pages we've created at calculated com forward slash uk.

  • uncomnizm 4 years ago

    you should do a demo for the rest of the world too.. lot of potentential customers that dont use imperial just look at a map

  • Excalibur741 4 years ago

    Awesome Product.

  • Evan Luke Mentzer 4 years ago

    Personally, I think you are on the right track (but don't forget about the different styles of roofing popular in southern California)

    If i knew how to make new apps this is what i would make to continue to make my roof bidding process easier.

    An app that eliminates my measuring wheel (can measure by GPS or amount of steps i take then can use the measurements to store my square footage, perimeter and several linear measurements {ridge, hips, valleys, rake, parapet walls, Z bar, etc}). Then copy and paste those calculations into Roof Calculator Pro.

    Here are some requests I have for additional features I want for Roofing Calculator V3.0, if you are gonna make one.

    You didn't make it so i can call out all my flashings which i need when i sell all copper and custom metals.

    Should be able to create a materials list for my supplier.

    Why can't i plug in my other roofing systems, such as:

    Double torch – SBS modified glass base, 24g bonderized low rise edge metal, smooth Dibiten, scupper drains, granulated Dibiten, Gaco elastomeric roof coating and 2"x6"x2" copping metal.

    3 ply hot tar – 3.5" ISO w/ .5" CDX, Glass base, custom pitch pans, turbine attic vents, 3 layers of 11 lb. ply sheet, white gravel roof covering, cap sheet up the parapet walls and tile tops for a wall cap.

    2 piece mission – double 30lb. felt, all flashings in copper, copper nails, mortar between each tile top, 150 feet of rake tile, solar powered attic vent.

    Monterrey shake 600 clay tile – SBS base, 1 layer of dibiten torch, clay tile install with Polyfoam spray adhesive, flat area (double torch)

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  • RoofCalculator 4 years ago

    Kenn – how would you implement insurance deductible in this app? I've never worked with insurance companies, so I don't really know what data entries should be provided and how it works.


  • John Campopiano 4 years ago

    If it was only that simple.

  • Carl Smith 4 years ago

    if you need one of these your lost plan and simple.

  • Kenn Brooks 4 years ago

    If you are involved with insurance claims this calculator is useless. Covering deductibles is being more and more looked into and people indited on fraud charges. I;m seeing insurance scopes now containing language such as "show proof that you have paid your deductible". The days of bidding wars with insurance claims are on their way out and should be.